I am reading the John Purcell's book, and finding it very useful.
I need to set my session at the best way to improve my work. Right now I am editing a dialogue, and I will have to mix, too, a low budget movie. Audio has been recorded directly on dslr, so I have had just one omf track mono of dialogue, and many stereo music tracks to mix.
I don't have any external hardware mixer, all my job is based on the DAW (PT10) (audio interface has 4 channel outputs).
In John Purcell's book I read, that he uses 12-14 tracks for each scene and never uses the same tracks on adjacent scenes, and he does a checkerboard about angle and/or about character.
(I come from music, and there you normally set each track with one and only one instrument).
I get confused in about the how to save tracks, but if I want to use some plug in, am is assuming to have same plug in on all those scenes based on those tracks?